Definition of Schlieric

1. [adj]



Schlieric Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Schlieric

schlep
schlepp
schlepped
schlepper
schleppers
schlepping
schlepps
schleppy
schleps
schlich
schlichs
schliere
schlieren
schlieren method
schlieren photography
schlieric (current term)
schlimazel
schlimazels
schlock
schlockbuster
schlockbusters
schlockier
schlockiest
schlockmeister
schlockmeisters
schlocks
schlockumentaries
schlockumentary
schlockware
schlocky

Literary usage of Schlieric

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1. The Roman Comagmatic Region by Henry Stephens Washington (1906)
"The hand specimens usually show a somewhat streaked or schlieric appearance, due to lines and patches of darker and lighter gray, or grays and yellows. ..."

2. The Roman Comagmatic Region by Henry Stephens Washington (1906)
"The hand specimens usually show a somewhat streaked or schlieric appearance, due to lines and patches of darker and lighter gray, or grays and yellows. ..."

3. Quantitative Classification of Igneous Rocks: Based on Chemical and Mineral by Whitman Cross, Joseph Paxson Iddings, Louis Valentine Pirsson, Henry Stephens Washington (1902)
"... and is exhibited in certain gabbros; also in irregularly streaked textures, known in German as Schlieren, which may be called schlieric textures. ..."

4. Bulletin by Geological Survey (U.S.) (1917)
"... after partial differentiation, resulting in the formation of orthogneisses and of highly complex schlieric mixtures of two or more sorts of rock. ..."

5. Geology and Ore Deposits of the Butte District, Montana by Walter Harvey Weed (1912)
"... and schlieric masses occur rarely and were avoided in taking samples for analysis. The following table gives partial analyses of the Butte quartz ..."

6. Geology of Massachusetts and Rhode Island by Benjamin Kendall Emerson (1917)
"... after partial differentiation, resulting in the formation of orthogneisses and of highly complex schlieric mixtures of two or more sorts of rock. ..."

7. Professional Paper by Geological Survey (U.S.) (1912)
"... and schlieric masses occur rarely and were avoided in taking samples for analysis. The following table gives partial analyses of the Butte quartz ..."

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